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Thread: Millers aiming to raise 2m in share issue

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    Millers aiming to raise 2m in share issue

    The Millers has issued 2,000,000 new shares reports RothBiz - External Link

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    Can I buy them with bi tcoins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Can I buy them with bi tcoins
    Last 3 security numbers please

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    hn2

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    lol

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    Is this a piss take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Is this a piss take?

    Looks genuine

    According to Companies House Rotherham United Football Club (RUFC) Ltd had up to 7th April 850,004 shares.

    After 7th April there are now 2,850,004 ordinary shares at a nominal value of £1 each


    Same pie cut into smaller slices

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    This is very interesting. If a certain % of ownership entitles to certain benefits such as complementary tickets, this actually might not be a bad investment. 1% of the club for £28,500 and 2x corporate tickets for life could be attractive to some.

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    If you’re an existing shareholder you’ll have to buy twice as many again (of the new issue) to maintain the same stake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    This is very interesting. If a certain % of ownership entitles to certain benefits such as complementary tickets, this actually might not be a bad investment. 1% of the club for £28,500 and 2x corporate tickets for life could be attractive to some.
    Although the Rothbiz article states that the share issue will raise £2 million I would be surprised if that is correct. It assumes that the £1 per share nominal value will also be the issue price. I would expect there to be a premium on top of the £1

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